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    Nice,

    Thank you Nullity, it was the inclusion order of the Javascript libraries.

    Is there a place where these directive are available in the documentation or on the web? I didn't saw that anywhere.

    Thanks again,
    Francois

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    There is a text file included in the Ext package you download from this site called 'INCLUDE_ORDER.txt'.

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    Thanks,

    Francois

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    I am a bit confused here as to how to add something other than text or html markup (in this case i want to add a Ext.Toolbar.MenuButton). Can you provide an example of this, or am i just not understanding how this works and this isnt supported?

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    Well, I mainly created this for text and simple HTML, so that isn't supported directly. However, you can do something like this which works just fine:

    Code:
    var form = new Ext.form.Form({
    	labelWidth: 85
    });
    
    form.add(
    	new Ext.form.MiscField({
    		fieldLabel: 'MiscField',
    		id: 'miscfield_button',
    		width: 160,
    		value: '<div id="test_button"></div>'
    	})
    );
    
    form.render('myForm');
    
    var myButton = new Ext.Button('test_button', {
    	text: 'Button'
    });
    As in, use the MiscField to create an empty DIV, then after the form is rendered, create your Ext element and render it to that empty DIV.

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    Ok, I was just completely wrong on that one then, thanks.
    Now a Button renders fine, but a Toolbar.Button's constructor doesn't take a "renderTo" option. But thats my problem and not yours

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    Just FYI - if all you are after is a menu, the Ext.Button constructor supports a 'menu' option.

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    Yeah, I did explore that option and it does work, but I dont like the behavior. The problem is that the button's main handler is called even when clicking on the menu expander portion of the button. What I really am after is the toolbar's SplitButton.

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    I have been doing just this [adding a div I render a button to afterward], and it works well.

    I know it's a topic beat to death, but the fine-grained control
    over placement of form controls is the one thing I miss in Ext.

    I still not going back, tho.

    --dan
    Last edited by dantheman; 23 Aug 2007 at 10:35 AM. Reason: several intervening posts made me unclear :)

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    Well dont I feel like a tool, theres a Ext.SplitButton right there waiting for me to use it
    I did have to make a small modification though, to prevent the button from being wiped out with a form.reset():
    PHP Code:
        /**
         * Resets the current field value to the originally-loaded value
         */
        
    reset : function(){
          if (!
    this.disableReset){
            
    this.setRawValue(this.originalValue);
          }
        }, 
    (new config option disableReset)
    Perhaps there is a better way to do this but for now this works for me.